Turns out Rashun is actually 25-year-old Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley.
Gilstrap-Portley has since bonded out, according to The Dallas Morning News, but not before scheming his way back onto the varsity court and sending shock waves through a pair of Dallas high schools that evidently missed the fact he was a full-grown man.
North Mesquite Head Basketball Coach Phillip Randall told NBC DFW that he was not the one who spotted Gilstrap-Portley, but he did tip off Hillcrest High School after he was informed.
"When we had the issue of Hurricane Harvey in the Houston-area, he took advantage of that and portrayed himself as a victim of that event and enrolled himself in one of our schools".
DISD said he enrolled at Skyline High School about August 30, 2017 as a Hurricane Harvey evacuee and an unaccompanied homeless student.
A 25-year-old man was arrested for pretending to be a student while playing for a high school basketball team. He flew under the radar until a former coach at North Mesquite High School recognized him as a former player. So it's not even that he's a pervert who's attracted to 14-year-olds, he just liked hanging out with her, which makes very little sense to me.
Although the woman said her daughter told her she did not have a sexual relationship with Gilstrap-Portley, the concerned parent admitted she never approved of her daughter's relationship a 17-year-old freshman.
And the mother of his 14 year-old ex-girlfriend hit out at the deception, saying: 'I don't know...how (the school) let this slip through the cracks.
She added: 'I'm upset, frustrated, angry and sad at the same time. "If it's happening at Hillcrest, then it could be happening somewhere else. It could have gone differently if he had other intentions to hurt her or to traffic her".
He was arrested and charged with felony tampering with government documents for filing false enrollment records.
We believe it is absolutely essential that every young person, especially in times of great difficulty, feels safe and secure, and that was the guiding principal when we were welcoming students displaced by the hurricane.